It’s Monday, just got off shift and apologies for this being late. Game time, I recently purchased Riptide GP2, due to testing out the HP Slatebook X2 – it’s Tegra 4 optimised – and boy is it fun, a little more to spend – $2.99 – than usual but worth it.
9 Hydro-Jets are available to rip through all the in-game courses followed by some awesome online games when you’re done there, all of which integrates with Google Play Games so you can sync your game history and check leaderboards. It’s absolutely a great game. Riptide GP2 is well worth the money. Check out the trailer :
Free Apps of the Day
Music Volume EQ
Make your device come alive with an enhanced listening experience! Music Volume EQ is a volume slider with live music stereo led VU meter and five band equalizer with bass boost and virtualizer effects. Improve sound quality on your device and get live readings of your current music volume level.
$0.00 – was $3.99
Bunny Wars: Egg Defence
Help the chicks repel endless waves of advancing bunnies who think of nothing but making it away with the chicks eggs.
It’s time for war. Bunny Wars!
Unlock: From the Homepage, click on the top right ‘Redeem Code; and enter the code ‘appoftheday’ to unlock the full ad-free version and 50,000 coins all up worth $2.99
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School Helper is an extremely useful app that includes everything a student or a student needs to organize his school life. Whether you enter your schedule, calculate your grade point average or simply write down a small note about a topic like to, with all the School Helper is not a problem.
This app has received from the Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, the Young Investigator Award in the international App Art Award 2011 awarded.
Note: App is normally Free
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The top Educational & Augmented Reality app – download and find out why more than 6 Million people use Star Chart! You can now have a virtual planetarium in your pocket! Look through the eyes of your Android device* to see a virtual window into the whole visible universe. All you have to do is point your Android device* at the sky and Star Chart will tell you exactly what you are looking at.
$Free – was $2.99
Nothing to See here folks.